Harlem’s Puff Daddy And The Family Reunite For Harlem Style Doc

As the biggest names from Bad Boy’s history prepare to celebrate the label’s 20th anniversary, the film traces the label’s emergence in Harlem and Brooklyn, follows its meteoric rise, explores the tragic killing of Biggie Smalls. Continue Reading →

The Timelessness Of The Photographs Of Kamoinge In Harlem

Page145-photo-by-June-Delairrie-BRIDE-ON-THE-BEACH-NASSAU-BAHAMAS-2007-photo-bu-June-DeLairre-Truesdale-e1454695565549In 1963, the Kamoinge Workshop produced their first portfolio of photographs taken by members who made up the group. The portfolio included a statement that read: “The Kamoinge Workshop represents fifteen black photographers whose creative objectives reflect a concern for truth about the world, about society and about themselves.” Continue Reading →


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